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Buying (or selling?) a 1972 Porsche 911 S

Selling a classic 1972 Porsche 911 is always difficult. A beautiful automobile that defined the 20th Century Sports Car!

Classic Porsche for sale? If the time has come to pass on this classic driving experience to the next proud owner, let’s talk today!

Alex Manos is the owner of Beverly Hills Car Club and an expert on classic cars. Straight from the mouth of a collector and active buyer, here is some advice about listing an old 1972 Porsche 911 S for sale.

The perfect car for weekend racers, the Porsche 911 S always had a more sporty engine and race-worthy appeal when compared to the 911T and Porsche 911 E models it ran alongside. The 1972 Porsche 911 S model, as well as the 1973 model year, is often one of the most highly collected because it benefited from Porsche’s 2.4L engine and the popular long wheelbase body. Many consider it to be the final classic 911 before the 2.7L new engine was released.

Visually, the 2.4L 1972 Porsche 911 S received a new chin on the front valence that became standard on the S models and optional on the rest of the lineup. The 911 S models also had slightly larger Fuchs alloy wheels. Because the 911 S is considered highly collectible, prices for these 911s have risen over the past decade. If you’re looking for a 1972 Porsche 911 model S for sale in today’s classic car market, you’ll find everything from barn-finds in need of complete restoration to good quality everyday drivers, mint condition originals, and everything in between.

1972 Porsche 911 S Buyer’s Guide

There are some benefits to purchasing a 1972 Porsche 911 S over other early Porsche 911 models. For example, the 1972 911S offers mechanical fuel injection, which is less prone to need repair when compared to the carbureted models. Secondly, the 1972 and 1973 models were the last of the classic 911s to offer the 2.4L engine. When you move to the 2.7L engine, you open a whole new can of worms. The 2.7L engines were prone to problems and many of the 2.7L 911 models saw a very short lifespan, with a great majority of them having rebuilt engines over the years. Another Buyer’s Tip to remember is that service history and interesting provenance add a lot of value to a 911 S, or any classic car. A lot of 911s have also been restored badly over the years; so if you find a virtually untouched 911 S, jump on it. These are just a few of the Buyer’s Tips that The Beverly Hills Car Club provides to their clients and are happy to share with you. Whether you’re seeking a mint-condition 1972 911 S for your private collection or any 911 S to use as your everyday driver, grocery getter or weekend track car, let the team of professionals at this renowned California classic car dealership share their knowledge and experience with you.

Reach Out Today!

As the 1972 Porsche 911 S continues to appreciate in the eyes of collectors, fewer models are becoming available for sale. If you’re dead-set on purchasing a 1972 911 S, do not hesitate to let the professionals at The Beverly Hills Car Club know about your interest. In the meantime, they welcome you to browse their online inventory and encourage you to stop by their Los Angeles showroom. When you’re ready to make your next classic car purchase, they stand ready to assist you. Connect today to get started!

It’s time to stop wondering and researching “how to sell my classic Porsche.” Reach out to our team at Beverly Hills Car Club to sell your vehicle! 

We’ll facilitate the sale of your vehicle efficiently so you can get the cash you need. 

Owner and classic car expert Alex Manos can help you navigate the minute details of the car selling process. 

It can be hard to part with your vehicle, but he and his team will ensure you get the best value for it. 

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